Magic Valley Halloween Events And Activities
Get the costumes and candy ready – Halloween is ready to knock on your door asking for candy and scaring your pants off! No other holiday offers the fun and variety of activities that Halloween does. Haunted houses, corn mazes, pumpkin carving, costume contest, trick-or-treating, dress up parties, and so much more! Here's a list of the Halloween fun for all ages you can have in the Magic Valley starting this weekend.
Last year 3,100 people came through the trailers to get candy and show off their costumes. This year Trick Or Treat Street will be on Halloween day, October 31st from 3:30p-6pm in the K-Mart Grocery Outlet parking lot. Make sure you bring a bag and wear your costume for a fun and safe Halloween event. Plus - it is FREE!
The straw maze and petting zoo are geared to the under 10 age group for families with little kids. There is no scary maze. Bring the kids out and enjoy honey sticks, the animals, and running around the field looking for the exit to the maze, and for the perfect pumpkin! Pumpkin prices start at 50 cents. Hours: Fridays 3-7 and Saturdays 10-7 from Sept. 21st-Oct. 6 Thursdays and Fridays 3-7 and Saturdays 10-7 Oct. 11-27
This year the Haunted Forest will come to Twin Falls! You can get scared without driving 40 minutes. The Haunted Forest has a new name and a new Location! This year it is the HAUNTED SWAMP, It is on 646 S. Park Ave W. That's about 3/4 of a mile North of the Stinker Station on Washington/So Park Ave. It will scare the pants off you! $10 adults, $7 kids 11 and under.
The nightmare returns for October 2012 with a total of FIVE haunted attractions that will keep you gasping for air between screams. Come this year to once again feel that rush as you enter a world where only the only ones who can stay sane are the insane and your nightmares bleed into reality. Price is $15 for a choice of three haunted attractions or $20 for all five. Hours: Wed: 5:00-9:00 Fri - Sat:7:00-Midnight
The CSI corn maze is bigger...and taller this year! The student-run maze will be open 5-10 p.m. every night from Sept. 28 through Oct. 31. Tickets are $2 for adults and $1 for students. On Monday evenings, family tickets will be sold for $5. School and other daytime groups can make reservations to go through the maze by calling Kiesig’s office at 732-6431 for a minimum of $50. All proceeds will go to CSI student club activities and expenses.